Film

Filmmakers and journalists Yoruba Richen (The Killing of Breonna Taylor and The Sit In: Harry Belafonte Hosts the Tonight Show) and Brad Lichtenstein (When Claude Got Shot and As Goes Janesville) are directing a documentary produced with 371 Productions in collaboration with Retro Report, a media outlet that uses investigative journalism and narrative storytelling to provide historical context for today’s fast-paced news. 

Coming soon on FRONTLINE.

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